presence in the GCC Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and UAE.
Elton will immediately begin to resell licenses of Panaya CloudQuality™ Suite (PCQ) to its clients in the GCC who have SAP and Oracle systems.
The deal expands Panaya's reach in the Middle East and affirms the company's leadership in the successful transitioning of enterprises to S/4HANA. Panaya's CloudQuality™ Suite delivers quality ERP changes with zero time-to-change, zero downtime and zero risk, providing major savings to large enterprises.
"We see an excellent opportunity partnering with Panaya for many of our GCC clients planning to migrate to SAP S/4HANA in the coming years," said Prem Chander, CEO of Elton Technologies. "These companies are looking at a complex ERP migration, and a widely used solution like Panaya's CloudQuality™ Suite that offers faster testing and zero risk will certainly offer our clients significant savings."
Elton Technologies has previously worked with Panaya in the areas of system integration and consultancy. Both companies offer solutions for Oracle E-Business Suite and SAP business solutions, having worked with large multi-national companies that have complicated ERP systems. Elton maintains a strong presence in the GCC countries, and the deal creates the possibility of expansion for Panaya to other emerging markets in EMEA where Elton has many trusted partnerships. Panaya currently has 1600 customers all over the world, serving one third of the Fortune 500, and sharing experience from over 9,000 testing projects.
"With the world's largest corporations moving towards HANA migration and regularly dealing with Oracle EBS upgrades, Panaya is now seen as the leading solution to reduce the time and effort of these transitions," says Tim Bisley, EVP EMEA at Panaya. "We certainly appreciate Elton's major presence in the GCC, and we look forward to helping these companies become more agile in their ERP. With more than 50 HANA migrations and more on the way, Panaya has become the de-facto standard for enterprises looking to make a successful migration to S/4HANA."